WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS ABOUT
Every religion acknowledges spiritual realities. They tell us that the world we inhabit includes much more than what we can touch or see.
Even those who question the existence of God can’t escape feeling that his or her life is about something more than the daily grind. That’s because, as those made in the image of God, we are essentially spiritual beings.
But “spiritual” can mean different things to different people. Some of us love “spirituality” but not “religion.” Others view spiritual matters as mystical rather than practical.
Christianity, by contrast, teaches that human beings are made in the image of a God who is Spirit. To understand human spirituality, therefore, requires exploring three claims Christians make about a person the Bible calls The Holy Spirit.